I've been looking for an appropriate tool to develop lessons with for some time now. The lessons need to be very light, potentially work off line and work on any device. As Moodle will be the LMS used, I started using the Lesson module, but as many others noticed; it needs to be overhauled, since it has a number of shortcomings.
I discovered exelearning (http://exelearning.net/?lang=en) a few days ago and I am quite impressed with it. It needs a lot of work, but it is open source and they are asking for developers to become involved in the project.
I was wondering; in the light of SCORM, Tin Can, Dans Marsden's off line project, html5, css3, inserting html5 animation, responsive design etc, if it wouldn't be better if more developers become involved in the exelearning project so that a tool can be developed that will allow a more 'plug and play' format.
Any thoughts on this?